Indian Airport Plan Aims To Boost Low-Cost Flying

NEW DELHI—India wants to revive 160 of its airports and airstrips in a big push toward enhancing regional air connectivity. “The new plan to make 160 underserved airports serviceable is aimed to boost affordable flying. It will help the government achieve the aim of regional flying at a cost of $42...

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